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    Quote Originally Posted by Logan Meis View Post
    Thanks! Sigma 18-35 is my go to. Milvus 85mm is of the most beautiful lenses I've used but I definitely use the 50mm focal length more, especially on the Raven which is slightly more cropped than S35. I already knew the Canon 70-200 was insanely sharp but after seeing 8k footage from it I was blown away. Worth every penny.
    Thank you this is very useful! :) I'm about to buy a Sigma 50-100 and then build a Milvus set step by step ah! Have a good one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elsie N View Post
    I see what you did there Logan, with your post title. '-)


    OBTW, nice marriage of music to scene changes. Good edit.
    Appreciate it!
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    Nice transitions and editing. You did a solid job! Nature also did a good job of giving you plenty of beauty to capture. ;)
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    The Canon 70-200 2.8L zoom is one of my all time favorite lenses on REDs. Can't think of a better IQ per dollar piece of glass. For certain types of narrative work, and when you need lots of focus pulls, there are much better options - for just about everything else...

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    really well composed and cut together. great job
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    Looks great. Makes it really hard for me that i don't pull the trigger for the Epic-W upgrade.
    Keep it up!
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    Looks great Logan. And your edit flowed very well! Great stuff!
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    Nice work! Did you use a underwater case?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Logan Meis View Post
    I received my Epic-W the day before I left for Hawaii on a stock footage trip. Here's a mix of how it went. I'm already in love with this camera.

    Maui, Hawaii | Epic-W
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAkeqi5lLyI
    I'm planing in ging to Hawaii this winter, any recommendations I greatly appreciate it.
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